Join us for a unique tour of the Natural History Museum in Oxford! We'll explore how human influence and selective choice shape the narrative of natural history museums, offering an 'unnatural' perspective on their historical and ideological foundations.

Painted creamics hanging on a rope.

Review: ‘Between making and knowing something’ by Mariana Castillo Deball

This is a review of Mariana Castillo Deball’s 2020 exhibition at Modern Art Oxford. The …

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Mosaic image showing a man in armour on a horse.

Alexander the Great in Skopje: an “up yours” to Greece?

Since Macedonian independence in 1991, following the breakup of Yugoslavia, Greece has contested the country’s …

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A descriptive commemorative plaque.

Diego de Landa: From Monasteries to Roundabouts

As a leading Franciscan bishop, in the mid-16th century Fray Diego de Landa led an …

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Picture of a victorian-gothic chapel made of red and yellow bricks.

A Day for All Souls? Remembering the Middle Ages Today

Surrounded by the patriotic paraphernalia of wreaths and poppies, the blazing memorials to Guy Fawkes, …

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